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addynyr

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Hustle Wine Review
« on: July 26, 2021, 09:01:19 AM »
The New Hustle Wine is the newest "skid/flip" ball in the HP1 line.  The Hustle Wine brings back the VTC pearl reactive Coverstock to bring the ball more durability and more performance down lane as seen in previous Hustle line balls.  The new cranberry merlot color gives this Hustle slightly more length and a touch more angle down lane then the Hustle RAP.  The layout I gave on this was 5 x 20 to give the ball extra angle down lane on those medium to drier lanes.  This will be great on the THS if it is drier or for a game 3 of league as well as later games in a tournament. This new Hustle will sure pop off the shelf and down the lane!

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jimjames

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Re: Hustle Wine Review
« Reply #1 on: July 26, 2021, 10:59:46 AM »
Going, going, GONE! @ least for me. Ordered and should arrive Wednesday. Looking forward to it.  :)

MANCSTORM

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Re: Hustle Wine Review
« Reply #2 on: August 24, 2021, 08:16:24 AM »
With all the success of the Hustle line it's amazing that this one might out shine all of them. Absolutely the cleanest and quickest response ball I believe I've ever thrown. The reaction is fantastic and combined with the color it looks like it's rolling on ice. Gets yours on order.  Once the season starts RG won't be able to make them fast enough.

TonyMarino

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Re: Hustle Wine Review
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2021, 10:49:37 AM »
Hustle Wine:
The best value line in bowling keeps getting better! The Wine is made up of the Hustle core with an RG of 2.53 and a diff of 0.030, wrapped in the VTC Pearl cover.

I was a big fan of the gold Hustle and that this was just a remake of sorts, but nope! The Hustle Wine is way faster response down lane. I would categorize the backend shape as fast response and medium strength. I think the Wine floats a little too far down the lane for my personally so I will get the most use out of the ball after hitting it will a 3,000 grit Abralon pad. But HOLY COW does this ball hook on the back for the price!